Thursday

March 26, 2015

March 26, 2015

Posted by **Brianb** on Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at 9:10am.

- Physics -
**drwls**, Tuesday, October 18, 2011 at 9:19amConvert gallons/min to kg/second.

Then multiply the kg/s pumping rate by g*(height). That will equal the rate potential energy is added to the water, in watts.

You should do the calculation.

**Answer this Question**

**Related Questions**

Math - A swimming pool that is 100 feet in length by 10 feet deep and 40 feet ...

Calculus/physics - Calculate the work (in joules) required to pump all of the ...

Calculus - Calculate the work (in joules) required to pump all of the water out ...

calculus - Calculate the work (in joules) required to pump all of the water out ...

physics - 1) In 2011, the total of all residential customers in Halton Region ...

Statistics - The daily water consumption for an Ohio community is normally ...

calculus - Calculate the work (in joules) required to pump all of the water out ...

math - A pool drains water at a rate of 3% every 5 minutes how many gallons of ...

physics - 1) In 2011, the total of all residential customers in Halton Region ...

physics grade 11 - 1) In 2011, the total of all residential customers in Halton ...